Dental Marketing Ideas – 221

News From The Wealthy Dentist #221 Dental Marketing Newsletter



News from The Wealthy Dentist


In UK, Dentists Must Avoid the “B Word”
UK dentists have been warned that to never mention any prescription medicine – in particular, proprietary brands of botulinum toxin (hmm, wonder which one they might be talking about?) – in their marketing materials. Moreover, dentists can’t even mention the brand name on their website homepages. Click to continue to article…

Survey: Dentists’ Records Are Going Electronic
Electronic patient records might not be standard yet, but they’re getting there. In this survey, 38% of dentists say their records are all electronic, and another 34% are in the process of converting to electronic records. “I would quit practicing dentistry if I had to go back to writing in paper charts ever again,” raved one dentist. Click to
continue to article…

Survey Video: Denture Patients Hard To Satisfy
Denture patients can be a real challenge, with five out of six dentists reporting that many patients expect dentures to be easier than they actually are. “Many patients think that dentures will solve all of their problems and will never need to be replaced,” said one dentist.
Click to watch the video…

Dentist Video Tutorial: “Associate Analysis
This tutorial includes two videos that walk you through designing an associate strategy and securing your own financial future. You also get our Associate Profitability & Compensation Analysis Software, training tutorials, sample associate agreement, and 14-page legal agreement outline. Learn more about “Associate Analysis”…


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